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134th Infantry Regiment Website

35th Infantry Division Research Center

"All Hell Can't Stop Us"

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The 134th Infantry Regiment was part of the 35th Infantry Division during World War II. From the time the 134th Infantry Regiment landed at Omaha Beach on July 5 - July 6, 1944 until they departed for the United States on the Queen Mary after the war's end on September 5, 1945, they liberated or captured 124 towns. In the process the 134th suffered more than 10,200 casualties including over 1,200 soldiers who were killed in action.

The purpose of this website is to preserve and share documents and historical information related to the 35th Infantry Division and their activities during WWII. Since its inception many documents related to all 35th Infantry Division units have been added to this website. Most of these historical documents were obtained from the Nebraska State Historical Society's General Butler B. Miltonberger special collection, Lincoln, NE, the National Archives and Records Administration, College Park, MD, and the National Personnel Records Center, St. Louis MO. Additional documents, photographs and individual soldier stories were submitted by veterans, relatives and friends. If you have information about a soldier or event related to the 35th Division during WWII that you would like included on this website, please contact the Webmaster.

If you are looking for information about a particular soldier who served in the 35th Infantry Division be sure to see the Personnel Rosters, Photographs, Awards - Medals, Casualties-KIA, General Orders, Morning Reports, POW Information and Ship Passenger Lists sections which are indexed by individual soldier name.

Escape and Evasion Reports

Ship Passenger Lists Return from ETO

35th Infantry Division in WWI 35th Division Newsletter Archive 

80th Anniversary of the end of World War II Liberation Tour

The Nebraska National Guard Museum is hosting a guided tour to Europe July 13 - 25, 2024 to commemorate the 80th anniversary of the end of World War II. The focus will be on the role of the 134th Infantry Regiment during the war. The tour will visit many sites in France, Belgium, and Luxembourg where the 134th Infantry fought. The agenda and contact information can be found here.

35th Infantry Division Association Membership Drive

Dedicated to preserving the memories and friendships of all who have served or are currently serving. Your support will help to foster, preserve, and promote the proud heritage of the 35th Infantry Division which was formed in 1917. Santa Fe! If you, a family member, or friend served or currently serves in the 35th Infantry Division, please consider joining the 35th Division Association. Membership includes a subscription to the Santa Fe Express, a quarterly publication of the 35th Division Association.  MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION

This website is dedicated to my father Pfc.Harry A.Krantz and to all of the brave soldiers who served and continue to serve in the 35th Infantry Division.

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